September 18, 2019

Barbecue around the US

Barbecue around the US

Barbecue is not something we joke about, especially in the south. The thing about barbecue is it is not something you rush. Barbecuing is a must do, especially since the weather is starting to cool down. It’s a process that takes time but the end result is a mouth-watering meal that will satisfy anybody. Barbecue fans are all on the same page about how important barbecue is to the American food industry. However, when it comes down to each individual state, there is no agreement on who’s is better. Everyone thinks their barbecue is the best.

What makes barbecue even better? The sides! Mac n Cheese, cornbread, coleslaw and more! Load the grill up with meat and bring out all of the sides for everyone to enjoy. Maybe even make a little sweet tea! This way of cooking has been around for forever. Our ancestors use to cook on an open flame which we have now adapted into barbecuing. Even George Washington wrote about barbecuing in his own diaries. Travel+Leisure has given us 25 of the Best Places for Barbecue in the U.S. They also used the help of Yelp’s algorithm to help find the “best” barbecue restaurants around the U.S. They look at the reviews and star ratings. No need to worry about large chain restaurants popping up in this list because they are all excluded.

Ever heard of taking a road trip just to try all of these amazing restaurants? A BBQ road trip to be exact. Hop in the car and start driving to the nearest restaurant.

Jesse’s Barbecue and Local Market located in Souderton, Pennsylvania.

Meat Boss located in Mobile, Alabama

Haywood Smokehouse located in Waynesville, North Carolina

Joe’s Kansas City BBQ located in Kansas CIty, Kansas

JK’s House of Ribs located in Manning, South Carolina

Scott’s Kitchen located in Kansas City, Missouri

Hate Mondays Tavernlocated in Miami, Florida

His and Hers BBQ located in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri

Midwest Bbq and Creamery located in Camp Dennison, Ohio

Coal Creek Smokehouse located in Rocky Top, Tennessee

Spicy Mike’s Bar-B-Q Haven located in Amarilla, Texas

Kat’s Barbecue located in Santa Fe, Texas

Watson’s BBQ located in Tucumcari, New Mexico

Lunch Box Deli and BBQ located in Lewiston, Idaho

Fox Smokehouse BBQ located in Boulder City, Nevada

Sunset Smokehouse located in Haleiwa, Hawaii

Country Boy’s BBQ located in Cashmere, Washington

Sam’s Texas Sub Shop located in Norfolk, Virginia

Calhoun’s Texas Barbeque located in Murrieta, California

Julia Belle’s Restaurant located in Florence, South Carolina

Haywood Smokehouse located in Dillsboro, North Carolina

Sparks and Smoke BBQ Takeout located in Reno, Nevada

Little Miss BBQ located in Phoenix, Arizona

Delauders BBQ located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Prunedale Market located in Salinas, California

There are no more than 2 places from each state on this list that way readers can see the multiple options every state has to offer. Pick a place and take a vacation there just based on the barbecue restaurant that is in the area; now that is one way to pick a destination.

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